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Bop Till You Drop

Ry Cooder

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Following his conceptual 1978 release, Jazz, Ry Cooder returned the next year with the R&B/soul-based Bop Till You Drop. The first major-label, digitally recorded album, Bop is a nice set of moderately known to obscure tunes from the '50s and '60s (along with a Cooder/Tim Drummond original) that doesn't always live up to its promise. Cooder and his excellent band, which includes the rhythm section of Tim Drummond and Jim Keltner along with guitarist David Lindley, understand the material and are more than capable of laying down a decent groove, but something must have gotten lost in translation from what was played to what came across on the recording. There's a thinness to the tracks that undermines the performances, which according to Cooder is due to the digital recording. If you check out the live version of Bop Till You Drop's opener, "Little Sister," from the No Nukes record (using the same band), you can see what surely could have been. Still, Bop is worthwhile given Cooder's penchant for choosing great tunes, as well as the tight performances, brilliant guitar work, and a handful of great guest vocalists (including Chaka Khan). A few of the highlights include his arrangement of the early-'60s Elvis hit "Little Sister," the soulful "The Very Thing That Makes You Rich (Makes Me Poor)," an instrumental take on Ike & Tina Turner's "I Think It's Gonna Work Out Fine," and "I Can't Win," featuring Cooder's longtime cohort Bobby King on lead vocal.
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1
Little Sister
00:03:52

Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Doc Pomus, Writer - Mort Shuman, Writer - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Bobby King, Background Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

2
Go Home, Girl
00:05:12

Patrick Henderson, Organ - Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - David Lindley, Guitar - Arthur Alexander, Writer - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Tim Drummond, Bass

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

3
The Very Thing That Makes You Rich (Makes Me Poor)
00:05:31

Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Bobby King, Background Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass - Sidney Bailey, Writer

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

4
I Think Its Going to Work out Fine
00:04:43

Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Tim Drummond, Bass - Rose Marie McCoy, Writer - Silvia McKinney, Writer

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

5
Down in Hollywood
00:04:19

Chaka Kahn, Vocals - Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - DRUMMOND, Writer - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Tim Drummond, Bass - Cooder, Writer

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

6
Look at Granny Run Run
00:03:12

Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Mort Shuman, Writer - JERRY RAGOVOY, Writer - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Bobby King, Background Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

7
Trouble, You Can't Fool Me
00:04:55

Frederick Knight, Writer - Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Aaron Varnell, Writer - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Bobby King, Background Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

8
Don't Mess up a Good Thing
00:04:05

Chaka Kahn, Vocals - Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Tim Drummond, Bass - Oliver Sain, Writer

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

9
I Can't Win
00:04:14

Jim Keltner, Drums - LEE HERSCHBERG, Recorded by - Milt Holland, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - David Lindley, Guitar - Ronnie Barron, Guitar - Bobby King, Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass - Clifton Knight, Writer - Dave Richardson, Writer - Lester Johnson, Writer

1979 Warner Records Inc. 1979 Warner Records Inc.

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Following his conceptual 1978 release, Jazz, Ry Cooder returned the next year with the R&B/soul-based Bop Till You Drop. The first major-label, digitally recorded album, Bop is a nice set of moderately known to obscure tunes from the '50s and '60s (along with a Cooder/Tim Drummond original) that doesn't always live up to its promise. Cooder and his excellent band, which includes the rhythm section of Tim Drummond and Jim Keltner along with guitarist David Lindley, understand the material and are more than capable of laying down a decent groove, but something must have gotten lost in translation from what was played to what came across on the recording. There's a thinness to the tracks that undermines the performances, which according to Cooder is due to the digital recording. If you check out the live version of Bop Till You Drop's opener, "Little Sister," from the No Nukes record (using the same band), you can see what surely could have been. Still, Bop is worthwhile given Cooder's penchant for choosing great tunes, as well as the tight performances, brilliant guitar work, and a handful of great guest vocalists (including Chaka Khan). A few of the highlights include his arrangement of the early-'60s Elvis hit "Little Sister," the soulful "The Very Thing That Makes You Rich (Makes Me Poor)," an instrumental take on Ike & Tina Turner's "I Think It's Gonna Work Out Fine," and "I Can't Win," featuring Cooder's longtime cohort Bobby King on lead vocal.
© Brett Hartenbach /TiVo

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